Panasonic Offers Non-Profit Solutions

Panasonic System Networks Company of America is offering affordable solutions that enable non-profit, 501(c)(3) organizations to reduce communication costs. Offering bundled communication solutions for different sized installations, Panasonic provides non-profit organizations the updated equipment that they require
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Panasonic System Networks Company of America is offering affordable solutions that enable non-profit, 501(c)(3) organizations to reduce communication costs.

Offering bundled communication solutions for different sized installations, Panasonic provides non-profit organizations the updated equipment that they require in order to provide flexible communication solutions, while streamlining system needs to reduce monthly costs, according to the company.

Panasonic is offering non-profit organizations savings up to 45 percent on bundled solutions and a 7-Year Extended Service Plan/Program through Marlin Leasing.

“This volatile economy has impacted businesses across all industries, but the non-profit organizations have really felt the effects. We realize affordability is critical, especially for non-profits, so we created exclusive financing options that will help make our solutions more affordable,” said Bill Taylor, president, Panasonic System Networks Company of America. “Several non-profits are already taking advantage of our great financing program to get the best technology and most cost-effective, flexible communications solutions on the market.”

Panasonic recently worked with the Los Angeles Arboretum Foundation to solve communications challenges at the Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden in Arcadia, CA, which is governed through a private/public collaboration between the Foundation and the County of Los Angeles through the Parks and Recreation Department. With a new responsibility of maintaining the facility’s data and phone infrastructure, which was previously supported by the county, the Foundation decided to upgrade the existing telecommunications system to one that was current, easy-to-use, flexible and would offer cost-savings.

After an extensive search for a new phone system, Panasonic’s phone systems surfaced as the Foundation’s top choice. The Foundation hired Datafone Communications to install the Panasonic KX-TDE200 system, a converged IP-PBX system that supports up to 256 total extensions and 128 CO lines, and the KX-TVA200 voice processing system with 12 ports.

Panasonic is currently offering the following business communications solutions to qualified non-profit organizations:

-KX-TDA50G Hybrid IP-PBX System
-KX-TDE100/200/600 Converged IP-PBX Systems
-KX-NCP500/1000 IP Communication Systems
-KX-TVA Voice Processing Systems
-High Definition Visual Communications (HDVC)
-CTI/Applications Software

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